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Mempercantik Form dengan OCX

Ini terinsipirasi ketika melihat aplikasi lain yang dibuat dalam bentuk portable,
lalu terlintas dalam pikiran …apa vb bisa dibikin portable gak ya :)

mulai dah coba cari-cari informsi dan utak atik tuh vb..install dan
uninstall dicoba-coba, kemudian melakukan perubahan-perubahan file-file
sistem beserta registrinya……huh susah banget. Dicoba beberapa kali
error terus..pusing euy…tapi setelah sekian jam dicoba-coba akhirnya
bisa juga. Ternyata kalo dah tau gambang juga ya.

Vb yang dibuat menjadi portable ini tidak menyertakan seluruh file sistem
dan komponennya. ya tujuannya hanya bisa menjalankan program vb dan dapat
membuat exe dengan vb.

Yang perlu disiapkan adalah file-file berikut ini:

Image

Setelah siap semua file tinggal membuat registry item, kuncinya semua ada disini:
buat file baru dengan notepad yang berisi

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Licenses\6000720D-F342-11D1-AF65-00A0C90DCA10]
@=”kefeflhlhlgenelerfleheietfmflelljeqf”

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Licenses\74872840-703A-11d1-A3AF-00A0C90F26FA]
@=”mninuglgknogtgjnthmnggjgsmrmgniglish”

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Licenses\74872841-703A-11d1-A3AF-00A0C90F26FA]
@=”klglsejeilmereglrfkleeheqkpkelgejgqf”

simpan dengan nama vbpe.reg, setelah selesai anda bisa coba, klick file
vbpe.reg dilanjutkan dengan membuat membuka file vb6.exe untuk mencoba berhasil
tidaknya pembuatan vb portable nya.

Kalo bisa sih cobanya pada komputer yang belum pernah di intsall visual basic,
agar terlihat hasilnya.

Saya rasa cukup sekian dulu, moga bermanfaat..walaupun agak terlambat
informasinya..yang penting manfaat :)

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